Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Vines

V is for vines...crawling and spreading over all....
the window is in the tree....
this old brick house, sitting in the middle of a field, has been abandoned for a long time...
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19 comments:

Deb said...

very cool photos....

Arija said...

Oh dear, it is always sad to see a house disintegrating, whether it was loved or hated, it was a memorial to the lives it was connected with.
Nice shots.

Carolyn Ford said...

Fabulous post for "V." The house is really a gonner but, so photogenic! Wonderful find and captures.

Kim said...

Gorgeous shots!

Spiderdama said...

Really nice photos and V!;-)

photowannabe said...

Amazing vines. I love how you captured them on the home.

RuneE said...

Nature will have its own back - very well documented.

Annie said...

Outstanding ruin. I'd love to know where this is.

Life with Kaishon said...

Wow. Those are some really great pictures of vines. LOVE them!

Janie said...

Vegetation can be powerful, as you vines vividly demonstrate. Funny to see the window in the tree. Old houses always make me wonder about their past and why they were abandoned...

Leslie: said...

What a fantastic place for a photo op! And you've done VERY well, indeed! :D

Irene said...

The vines have really taken over. fantastic photos.

Tumblewords: said...

Spectacular photos. The site is still vital even though it appears to be in its last throes.

Roger Owen Green said...

Sad, VACANT house.

Q said...

Left alone the vines would rule the world....
Sherry

Rose said...

Fantastic photos--what a find! The house is so sad, but certainly makes for some interesting pictures. I agree with Sherry--vines would take over the world if they could.

jay said...

Looks as if the vines are the only thing holding up that wall these days! Very picturesque. :)

Paula Scott said...

Oooooooh! Aaaaaaah! I LOVE these shots! Great job!

Dina said...

Shalom Carol.
I love this post.